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Company Name : North Carolina Conservation Network
Company Location : Central, LA
Job Position : Contributing Editor
Job Category : Jobs in Louisiana

Job Description :

Job Information

  • Location: Central and Southern Appalachian region
  • Hiring Organization: Appalachian Voices
  • Contact Name: Rory McIlmoil
  • Contact Email: [email protected]

Description

Appalachian Voices is seeking a part-time Contributing Editor to write, edit and publish articles for The Appalachian Voice publication and assist with periodic writing and editing projects for the organization, such as reports and blogs. The successful candidate will be experienced in journalistic writing and editing, and be comfortable working collaboratively with the organization’s communications and program staff. The Contributing Editor will be responsible for writing articles in environmental, energy and economic topic areas related to Appalachian Voices’ programmatic work.

We are looking for someone who understands the power of the written word to advance movements for justice. Expertise in environmental and energy issues is not required, but a keen interest in learning these topics and a commitment to accuracy is essential.

This position will be based in the Central and Southern Appalachian region, and proximity to one of Appalachian Voices’ offices is a plus. Some travel will be required as public health conditions allow, including reporting-based travel throughout the region and travel to our office in Boone, North Carolina.

Responsibilities

  • Identify, research and produce a wide variety of stories for The Appalachian Voice news publication and pieces for Appalachian Voices program outreach
  • Tell stories connected to Appalachian Voices’ program work through high-quality, thoroughly researched writing that centers the voices of people directly impacted by and involved in these topics
  • Edit articles about Appalachian Voices’ program work and other regional environment and culture topics produced by freelancers, interns and other staff
  • Plan and obtain art for articles, including working with photographers and others
  • Publish and maintain content online
  • Assist with content production and preparation for periodic print editions
  • Participate in occasional brainstorming sessions with Appalachian Voices’ communications team members for other organizational communications projects
  • Potentially generate audio and/or video versions of some stories, depending on skill set
  • Potentially develop social media content to promote stories

Qualifications

Required:

  • At least three years of significant writing and editing experience
  • Demonstrated ability to center the voices and perspectives of people closest to an issue
  • Demonstrated ability to conduct thorough research and explain complex topics in an accessible manner
  • Superior editing skills including copyediting, fact-checking and the ability to edit for structure, tone and clarity
  • Experience with journalistic methods
  • Familiarity with Appalachia and with justice-based movements
  • Ability to produce high-quality work and exercise good judgment
  • Self-motivated with the ability to work well independently and in teams
  • Strong time management skills with a proven ability to manage multiple, simultaneous deadlines and projects

Beneficial Experience:

  • Experience teaching or mentoring writers is a plus
  • Experience with social media and digital marketing is a plus
  • Experience with audio or video production is a plus
  • Illustration skills are a plus

Salary/Benefits

This is a part-time position. We are open to candidates with varying availability, with a target hiring range of 60 hours per month.

This position is included in a union-represented collective bargaining unit; specific terms and conditions of employment may be subject to a future Collective Bargaining Agreement. The expected hourly pay rate will be between $25-$35 depending on the candidate’s skills and experience, and this position will be a W-2 employee.

Application Instructions

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until this position is filled. For best early consideration, apply by Nov. 16. Interviews will start in late November and the target employment date is December or January 2022. Questions about the position are welcomed via email. No calls, please.

Please send a resume, three writing samples, and a brief cover letter that addresses the questions below to [email protected] with the subject line “[YOUR NAME] application for Contributing Editor.”

  • What’s your connection to Appalachia and why do you want to work on energy and environmental issues affecting the region?
  • Share an area of professional growth in which you are currently engaged.

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